Jan 06 2010

The Foundations Harden

Who would have thought that so much needs to be accomplished to take over the world?

At the first of 2009, I made my first State of the Blog address called The Plot Thickens, detailing the course and effort for Spiritual Tyranny, and revealing my plan. I am back again in the first of 2010 to recap and then project the details of eventual world rulership.

Over the last year, we became acquainted with the five elements of tyranny: Universal Guilt, Incompetent Masses, Dictated Good, Abolition of Ambition, and Collective Conformity.

We have seen a glimpse of where and how the Destroyers rise, and their methods of Moral Seduction. We’ve detailed the headwork behind the tyranny, how the ideas go together to produce a result. And then we’ve shown examples of those ideas in action. The collectivists are on the march,  and the elements that I am pointing out are there for all to see. The most tragic of the manifestation is the profound silence coming from the church. A silence born of passivity, of conformity, of abolished ambition. We are still being told that if we just play nice, it will be all right. If we just pray harder, it will be all right. God is in control, it will be all right. Don’t make waves: it will be all right.  And worst of all: the evolutions in our culture are righteous; it will be all right. We are the church of the Weimar Republic. We are the docile volk of Germany spreading our Pixie dust of faith on all things unknown or unknowable without ever once asking the very important question. How can we beat the Baptists to the Smorgasbord if the government rations our schnitzel?


Err…something like that.

Militia recruiting will start soon so keep your eyes peeled for your local station. I need to work out a marketing campaign but “Army of One” and “the Few and Proud” and “72 virgins” seem taken. Without a catchy phrase, it is kind hard to generate a crowd. But it will be a winning army.  I was looking into it a year ago, and I finally put a down payment on some thermonuclear ordinance.  It was a little pricey but worth it in the long run. Soldiers want to know their army is a strong one. And besides, as an avid second amendment advocate, it is always better to be prepared.

As of now they think this is just the mad ramblings of a dubious personality. It’s all just fun and raves until someone gets hurt. And the tyrants don’t feel the pain just yet. They don’t realize that the rants are actually deep swings at the root of the tree. Who is they? The Platonist/Augustinian Collectivists currently advocating the foundations of tyranny, servitude, and destruction. What is the tree? The roots of their intellectual power beating people into compliance.

They don’t know it’s a problem yet: the words on this blog. I’m still no one from nowhere, but there is some proverbial wisdom somewhere about refusing to despise small beginnings. The practice is always more important than the big game. And besides, being someone isn’t nearly as important as being effective. As one bright ‘leader’ said to me once: “We really don’t know you, John.”  To which I said: “I have to be someone in your mind before you will hear my words?”

2010 promises good things. Soon and very soon we are going to see the publication wing of my empire kick off with books and so forth lining its electronic shelves. And the podcasting gig is a hoot: more where that came from to be sure.

We are going to continue visiting manifestations of spiritual Tyranny when it is displayed in any and all venues: Religion, Church, Politics. Indeed we are seeing the tide of collectivism and its implicit morality wash across our country. Freedoms are being destroyed before our eyes and church leaders are infusing passivity into our souls. The moral seduction is romancing us to our own slavery. That is why we are going to continue showing that foundations of liberty are embedded in sovereign individuality. The starting place of all morality is the defense of the individual, and the greatest humanist ever was the inventor of radical monotheism: Yahweh God. And through the frolic we are going to revel in the fun and frivolity.

Happy New Year!

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    1. 1

      What I want to know is, when will your stuff be out on the Kindle?

      (BTW, they finally released Atlas Shrugged on Kindle — first I am finishing up “Under the Dome” by Stephen King, then I am off to read Ms. Rand)

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      John Immel

      kindle, huh?   dunno.  hadn’t really thought about it.

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      John Galt

      Atlas Shrugged was a great book!!! Hence the name i use!!!

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      Hello all, I empathize with the frustrations. In Matthew 18:15-17 Jesus is clear about how we are to address our concerns with fellow believers who have offended/hurt us: “If your brother sins, go and show him his fault in private; if he listens to you, you have won your brother. But if he does not listen to you, take one or two more with you, so that by the mouth of two or three witnesses every fact may be confirmed. If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church; and if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector.” And, if the SGM people are truly as sinful, wicked and deceptive as people are claiming, then Jesus also says in Mark 2:17 “…it is not those who are healthy who need a physician, but those who are sick; I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners.” Jesus also says, in Luke 7:31,32,35,36,41,46: “Treat others the same way you want them to treat you. If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? For even sinners do the same…but love your enemies, and do good, and lend, expecting nothing in return; and your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High; for He Himself is kind to ungrateful and evil men. Be merciful just as your Father is merciful…why do you look at the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?…why do you call Me ‘LORD, LORD’ and do not do what I say?” And lastly, Jesus says in Luke 17:4 “And if he sins against you seven times, saying ‘I repent,’ forgive him.'” Our LORD is merciful to us and He wants us as His children to resolve matters in a way that bring Him glory as mentioned above. Please pray about SGM and the people who have hurt or offended you and seek a way to Biblically resolve your issues by talking with an elder on staff if possible as soon as possible. Paul says in 2 Corinthians 5:10 “For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each one may be recompensed for his deeds in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad.” I have had to talk to various elders of various churches about my offenses/hurts and the resolution has often been peaceful and fruitful as I prayed for wisdom about how to approach them, repented of my own sin and humbly set up a time to meet with them, speaking the truth in love. God has called us to be Ambassadors for Christ so let’s yield to His conviction and obey His way of handling disputes as noted in His Holy Word. James 5 has great wisdom too. Our sins nailed Jesus to the cross, we are all sinners worthy of death but Jesus in His mercy came to die on the cross, carrying our sin on His shoulders and suffered the death that we should have suffered so that we can have a new life with Him on earth-edifying each other and glorifying God that we don’t deserve with the gift of spending eternity with Him in heaven. All of us are sinners who need forgiveness, mercy and justification. Thank God for His patience with us in our sinful patterns, wrong deeds and words. God have mercy on us. Romans 10:8,9

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      John Immel

      Dear Spiritual Tyranny Readers… I want to draw your attention to Dlight’s post  …  Now THAT is how you proof text!

      Dlight  Hahaha… oh, wow… Did you realize that this post didn’t mention SGM?  Just one little detail that has escaped your attention… along with a host of others.

      I will say this… if I have any goal in life, it is to destroy the moral relativism in this thinking:“All of us are sinners who need forgiveness, mercy, and justification. Thank God for His patience with us in our sinful patterns, wrong deeds, and words. God have mercy on us. Romans 10:8,9”

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